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Dons Pair Loaned to Maidstone
Dons Pair Loaned to Maidstone
Vanarama National League South club Maidstone United have signed Archie Procter and Jack Currie on loan from SkyBet League One side AFC Wimbledon.
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The two Dons academy graduates have joined the Stones for the rest of this season, ahead of the planned resumption of the 2020/21 campaign.

 

Centre-back Procter made his full first-team debut for the Dons in the same match at the Kassam Stadium, the 19-year-old having featured as a substitute earlier in the season against Charlton Athletic in the competition.

 

Eighteen-year-old Currie (pictured), a promising left-back, made his Dons debut as a late substitute in the Papa John's Trophy match at Oxford United.

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Dons Pair Loaned to Maidstone
Dons Pair Loaned to Maidstone
Wednesday 17 February 21 I 17:27:23
Photo by

The two Dons academy graduates have joined the Stones for the rest of this season, ahead of the planned resumption of the 2020/21 campaign.

 

Centre-back Procter made his full first-team debut for the Dons in the same match at the Kassam Stadium, the 19-year-old having featured as a substitute earlier in the season against Charlton Athletic in the competition.

 

Eighteen-year-old Currie (pictured), a promising left-back, made his Dons debut as a late substitute in the Papa John's Trophy match at Oxford United.

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